Thursday, 16 April 2015

Survation/Daily Mirror Debate Poll

Survation/Daily Mirror Debate Poll  Sample size:  1,013 Fieldwork: Immediately after the debate’s conclusion. No polling during.
Data Weighted To ONS 2012 targets on: Age, Gender, 2010 Past Vote, Region (6), SEG.
Who do you think ‘won’ the debate?
Ed Miliband - 35%
Nigel Farage - 27%
Natalie Bennett - 5%
Nicola Sturgeon - 31%
Leanne Wood - 2%

Would make the best Prime Minister?
Ed Miliband - 43%
Nigel Farage - 26%
Nicola Sturgeon - 25%
Natalie Bennett - 3%
Leanne Wood - 3%

Performed the “best”?
Ed Miliband - 29%
Nigel Farage - 26%
Nicola Sturgeon - 35%
Natalie Bennett - 5%
Leanne Wood - 5%

Performed the “worst”?
Ed Miliband - 18%
Nigel Farage - 36%
Nicola Sturgeon - 6%
Natalie Bennett - 21%
Leanne Wood - 17%

Had the most convincing arguments?
Ed Miliband - 31%
Nigel Farage - 31%
Nicola Sturgeon - 24%
Natalie Bennett - 10%
Leanne Wood - 4%

Had the most appealing personality?
Ed Miliband - 21%
Nigel Farage - 23%
Nicola Sturgeon - 30%
Natalie Bennett - 9%
Leanne Wood - 16%

Answered the questions put to them best?
Ed Miliband - 27%
Nigel Farage - 30%
Nicola Sturgeon - 31%
Natalie Bennett - 8%
Leanne Wood - 5%

Best on immigration?
Ed Miliband - 18%
Nigel Farage - 53%
Nicola Sturgeon - 13%
Natalie Bennett - 10%
Leanne Wood - 6%

Best on defence?
Ed Miliband - 35%
Nigel Farage - 37%
Nicola Sturgeon - 16%
Natalie Bennett - 9%
Leanne Wood - 3%

Best on national debt & deficit?
Ed Miliband - 40%
Nigel Farage - 30%
Nicola Sturgeon - 18%
Natalie Bennett - 8%
Leanne Wood - 4%

Best on housing?
Ed Miliband - 36%
Nigel Farage - 26%
Nicola Sturgeon - 17%
Natalie Bennett - 15%
Leanne Wood - 7%

Best on NHS?
Ed Miliband - 40%
Nigel Farage - 28%
Nicola Sturgeon - 15%
Natalie Bennett - 9%
Leanne Wood - 7%

Best on holding the current government to account?
Ed Miliband - 35%
Nigel Farage - 24%
Nicola Sturgeon - 31%
Natalie Bennett - 7%
Leanne Wood - 4%

Straight contest between David Cameron and Ed Miliband to be Prime Minister?
David Cameron - 40%
Ed Miliband - 45%
Would not vote - 10%
Don’t know - 5%

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